Earn Places In SEIB/BHS Championship
near-neighbours from Cornwall have become the first to qualify for
the South Essex Insurance Brokers/BHS Cross Country Championships.
earned their places at the Pendavey Hunter Trial, first of more
than 50 qualifiers nationwide, leading to the final near Swindon
of three, Susan-Joy Keeping, 41, who runs her own two livery yards
at Roche, took three horses to Pendavey - Sunrise Gemeni, Lanner
and An Officer and a Gentleman. Sunrise Gemeni took places in the
Open and Novice classes, while the third, paired with Mrs Sue Coffin's
Jack, qualified in the pairs.
Coffin, who runs the Crosswinds Equestrian Centre at Whitemoor,
qualified in both the pairs and with her own Spot On, in the Open.